Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)

The Kid SpOt Center is seeking a full time energetic, career oriented Registered Behavior Technician (RBT), who is passionate about kids and helping shape their future!

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Job Type

Full time


Day shift. Closed on weekends


Paid time off, holiday pay, sick pay, 401K matching, Life insurance, health, dental and vision insurance, continuing education, and much more! 



  • Minimum of High School Diploma 
  • At least 1 year of experience working with individuals with Autism or intellectual or developmental disabilities.
  • Bachelor's in Human Services or Behavioral Science degree preferred


  • A current RBT certification is required
  • Obtain and maintain annual CPR/First Aid certification, TB Screening, and background checks


  • Must meet Clinical Competency requirements
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Organized and able to follow through and complete tasks
  • Team Player
  • Stays calm under pressure
  • Attention to detail
  • Friendly
  • A fondness for working with children

Duties and Responsibilities 

Purpose: To deliver quality, evidence based, applied behavior analysis services for the purpose of shaping children for their future.

Clinical Responsibilities: 

  • Reports to supervising BCBA/BCaBA as outlined in BACB regulations

  • Provides 1:1 ABA therapy in a KSC clinic

  • Follows and implements individualized treatment programs with evidence based activities to address goals outlined in the Behavior Support Plan developed by the supervising BCBA

  • Collects and accurately documents data during all direct sessions for the purpose of monitoring patient progress towards goals

  • Provides regular written and verbal feedback to caregivers and the supervising BCBA/BCaBA

  • Attends and actively participates in supervision with supervising BCBA/BCaBA and seeks consultation when necessary

  • Communicates any caregiver questions/concerns to supervising BCBA/BCaBA in a respectful and confidential manner

  • Communicates any personal concerns regarding patient treatment plans to the supervising BCBA/BCaBA in a respectful and confidential manner

  • Completes all required documentation in accordance with policy timeline 

  • Collaborates with supervising BCBA/BCaBA to distribute homework for each patient, at minimum, 1x monthly

  • Maintains a program binder for each patient

  • Completes periodic training and skill maintenance in various assessments and evidence based programming such as VB-MAPP, STAR Program, AFLS, etc.

  • Uses professional language when completing all documentation

  • Completes all other job duties assigned by direct supervisor and clinic manager